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‘Living in the In-Between’

Jesus was the ultimate refugee, choosing to leave behind his home and his Father in glory in order to live without a home and to proclaim God’s Kingdom as a home for all, not just some (Matt 8:20).

Jesus’ High Priestly Prayer . . . → Read More: ‘Living in the In-Between’

Jesus: the Way, Truth and Life

Jesus: the Way, Truth and Life John 14: 1-14

This week’s readings challenge us to consider one of the biggest questions facing Christians: How does our faith help us to engage with the real issues of life?

Faith may be used as an escape to . . . → Read More: Jesus: the Way, Truth and Life

The Gate

John 10:1-10 – The Gate


We easily identify Jesus with the Good Shepherd, on the basis of the many other things we know about his life, his teaching and his loving gift of himself, even unto death. It comes as a surprise . . . → Read More: The Gate

Gates and Doors

Gates and Doors John 10: 1-10

The church season of Eastertide (Easter to Pentecost Sunday) is a time to reflect on what it means to live the resurrection life. The themes of the set lectionary readings each week reflect this wonderful state of community we . . . → Read More: Gates and Doors

The Long and Winding Road

The Long and Winding Road Luke 24:13-35

When we think about applying the Gospel to everyday life, ideas like resurrection can seem impractical. As we saw in the Easter story, resurrection is actually happening all around us –– it’s what God is already doing in . . . → Read More: The Long and Winding Road

The breaking of the bread

Luke 24:13-35 – The breaking of the bread


Jesus’ decision to go up to Jerusalem forms a turning point in Luke’s story. The Evangelist reports solemnly: ‘Now as the time drew near for Jesus to be taken up to heaven, he resolutely set . . . → Read More: The breaking of the bread